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by Georg Mayer,Miikka Poikselkä
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Networking & Cloud Computing
  • Author:
    Georg Mayer,Miikka Poikselkä
  • ISBN:
    0470721960
  • ISBN13:
    978-0470721964
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  • Publisher:
    Wiley; 3rd edition (March 2, 2009)
  • Pages:
    560 pages
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    Networking & Cloud Computing
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These multimedia terminals need IP multimedia networks. Hence the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) has developed a standard for SIP-based IP multimedia service machinery known as ‘The IMS’ (IP Multimedia Subsystem).

These multimedia terminals need IP multimedia networks.

This book has almost everything written on the concepts of IMS and it's evolution

This book has almost everything written on the concepts of IMS and it's evolution. Citing good examples with pictorial diagram and call flows. Which will definitely help a beginner to. an experienced person to understand IM. ell defined call flows,well defined architecture,well defined IMS interfaces and some of the latest features that can be implemented by following the concept of IMS are well written. But I think the price of this book is little at a higher side. That is the only thing. But still if you have a hunger to learn IMS,I think purchasing this book is worthy.

Miikka Poikselkä works for Nokia Siemens Networks,Finland.

Those multimedia terminals need IP multimedia networks.

It allows applications in IP-enabled devices to establish peer-to-peer and peer-to-content connections easily and securely

These multimedia terminals need IP multimedia networks.

With 35% new material, The IMS,IP Multimedia Concepts and Services, 3rd . Miikka Poikselkä works for Nokia Siemens Networks, Finland. Georg Mayer works for Nokia Mobile Phones, Finland.

Miikka Poikselkä works for Nokia Siemens Networks, Finland. All the authors are involved with Third Generation Partnership Project Agreement (3GPP), Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) standardization.

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The 3rd edition of this highly successful text builds onthe achievement of the first two editions to provide comprehensivecoverage of IMS. It continues to explore the concepts,architecture, protocols and functionalities of IMS while providinga wealth of new and updated information. It is written in a mannerthat allows readers to choose the level of knowledge andunderstanding they need to gain about the IMS.

With 35% new material, The IMS,IP Multimedia Concepts andServices, 3rd Edition has been completely revised toinclude updated chapters as well as totally new chapters on IMSmultimedia telephony and IMS voice call continuity. Additional newmaterial includes IMS transit, IMS local numbering, emergencysessions, identification of communication services in IMS, newauthentication model for fixed access, NAT traversal and globallyroutable user agents URI. Detailed descriptions of protocolbehaviour are provided on a level that can be used forimplementation and testing.

Key features of the 3rd edition:

Two new chapters on IMS multimedia telephony service and IMSVoice Call ContinuityUpdated information on Third Generation Partnership Project(3GPP) Release 7 level, including architecture, reference pointsand conceptsSubstantially extended coverage on IMS detailed proceduresCompletely rewritten and extended chapters on IMSservices 

Anardred
It is a very good book on the next generation evolution of Telecom and that is IMS.
This book has almost everything written on the concepts of IMS and it's evolution.
Citing good examples with pictorial diagram and call flows.Which will definitely help a beginner to
an experienced person to understand IMS.Well defined call flows,well defined architecture,well defined IMS interfaces and some of the latest features that can be implemented by following the concept of IMS are well written.

But I think the price of this book is little at a higher side.That is the only thing.

But still if you have a hunger to learn IMS,I think purchasing this book is worthy.

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Debashis
ladushka
This book on the Kindle does not have any clear pictures. I want to return this product.
Umor
This book is too detailed about how does IMS work, but doesn't disclose why, for what and what you get having IMS deployed.
Operators will remain uncovinced, having this book finished.
Xwnaydan
The book is dense with the acronym-ridden jargon of this field. To someone new to the Internet Protocol, this can be a practical impediment to understanding. What you have to do is grit your teeth and focus on the ideas beneath the terminology.

The subject itself is potentially quite promising. One possible direction for richer multimedia messages, in the limit of "convergence". The book also addresses mostly the prospect of wireless messaging, ie. cellphones. While IMS can certainly occur on the traditional landline connections to the Internet, it is the tie-ins to mobile networks that motivates much of the text.
Kelezel
IMS is a past technology but when relevant, this book covered many of the essentials.
Gabar
This book stands out amongst the limited titles on IMS,which are really comprehensive in nature and would specially seem very well structured in terms of flow of information to those who have tried to go through endless revisions of 3GPP standards.But where this book disappoints is that it has only and only reffered to 3GPP standards and have got no referrence to 3GPP2 and some delta specifications by Cablelabs for cable service providers.